Brazilians are Koo-obsessed; Indian app logs 1 million downloads within 48 hours of launch
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Brazilians are Koo-obsessed; Indian app logs 1 million downloads within 48 hours of launch

Rosana Hermann, Babu Santana, Claudia Leitte, and the news website Choquei are just a few of the well-known Brazilian celebrities who have joined Koo App. Just two days after joining the network, Felipe Neto got 450K followers. Koo is anticipated to become more popular all around the nation.

With the inclusion of Portuguese, India’s multilingual microblogging platform Koo App has now been made available in 11 native languages and has been launched in Brazil. Notably, the platform saw a huge uptake from Brazilian users within 48 hours of introduction, with over 1 million downloads.

Koo has occupied the top spot on both the Apple App Store and the Android Play Store for the past few days. By making the app more accessible and launching in multiple international languages, Koo hopes to improve its standing on the global stage.

Due to its linguistic concentration, Koo, according to the business, is primed for a flood of new customers, with millions of new users in Brazil moving to Koo within two days of its introduction. According to the startup, consumers in Brazil recently gave Koo, an open platform for language self-expression, 2 million Koos and 10 million likes in just 48 hours.

It will soon be possible to import tweets and follow lists from Twitter to a Koo account for a seamless transition as Koo continues to gain popularity in the nation.

Aprameya Radhakrishna, CEO and co-founder of Koo, said, “We are really thrilled to witness the sort of love and support Brazil has offered us. Being the number one app in Brazil’s Google Play Store and Apple App Store within 48 hours after becoming well-known there is wonderful. This support demonstrates that we are tackling an issue for users who speak their native language in India and throughout the world.”

According to Koo’s co-founder Mayank Bidawatka, “We witnessed more than a million users from Brazil join Koo in the last 48 hours and with one of the biggest engagements ever observed.” Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, which is quite active on social media. Koo has developed a sizable fan base in Brazil and has become a cult favourite. We take great pride in having started the campaign for technological products to “Make in India, Make for the World.” India has captured Brazil’s heart. We will eventually unite a world split apart by linguistic boundaries with the addition of each new language and nation.”

Rosana Hermann, Babu Santana, Claudia Leitte, and the news website Choquei are just a few of the well-known Brazilian celebrities who have joined Koo App. Just two days after joining the network, Felipe Neto got 450K followers. Koo is anticipated to become more popular all around the nation.

After being introduced in India in March 2020, The Koo App has developed into the second-largest multilingual microblogging platform in the world.

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